This Sunday we begin an exploration of our seven Unitarian Universalist Principles in preparation for a broader congregational discussion about the possibility of adopting an eigth principle. The Principles offer some challenges. There are negatives and positives to each one. The First Principle is a belief in the inherent worth and dignity of every person. On the negative side, some of us have become disenchanted with what it means to be human given our many shortcomings. However, the First Principle also tells us we need to look for the good in all people. What does it mean to treat others as beings of inherent worth and dignity, shortcomings and all?
Service Leader: Rev. Bill Stayton
Worship Associate: Clare Whitfield
Music: Gage Purdy with The Choir & Roger Corman
Religious Education: Era Capone. Please email Era if you have a young one wanting to join in the future.
Milestones: If you have any milestones you’d like to share with the congregation, please send them by Friday evening.
Share the Basket: Harvest For the Hungry
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